In the proposed project the production line for an energy efficient evaporator will be developed and tested. The new type of evaporator which will be manufactured on this line will be 25% cheaper and more energy efficient. It will use 20% less energy to produce the same results as existing ones.
Within the cooperative project extreme, a holistic concept is developed - specifically focusing on smes - to continuously identify and plan organisational and technical measures to improve energy and resource efficiency in manufacturing and to assess the realisable impact.
The project is aiming at developing environment prompt, easy to access and transparent to use energy efficiency monitoring system used for energy consumption and efficiency monitoring.
The project deals with optimisation of forming processes for sheet metal part production. Decrease of used energy and minimisation of environmental burdening are main objectives achieved by process design, material optimisation, increased adaptability of the tooling, and tribological conditions.
Natural gas substitution for alternative fuels. Selection the substituting gases. Fuel saving by profound waste heat recovery due to preheating both combustion air and lcv gases. Development of advanced concept and designs of high temperature recuperators of increased 2-5 times service life
Ddeveloping an innovative prototype of all-in-one energy-providing unit for passive houses which will provide air and water heating and air-conditioning all in unit which will be remotely regulated through the specially developed "intelligent" central monitoring system.
Three r&d performing smes will collaborate in a highly innovative r&d project to share the technological and financial risk involved in making the technology for fiber optic solar lighting available to the global market. Unique technical and commercial synergies will be the result of this project.
Espal's goal is to achieve significant energy savings during the production of al-alloys billets and ingots by use of dc casting method in combination with electromagnetic field while improving the technological properties of alloys obtained by modifying their structure.
Development of advanced methods and metrics for measurement and management of energy consumption. Advanced functions and capabilities will be developed and incorporated in the new software product energymanager for energy management for industry and bigger buildings.
The overall objective of the project is to design a low cost textured substrate with integrated light extraction. With these substrates energy efficient oled lighting and backlighting panels will be demonstrated, without affecting the lifetime of the oled.